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Free conference pass in exchange for innovative ideas

How would you like to attend Canada’s national newspaper conference for free? Now you can, thanks to a new offer from Newspapers Canada and the Ontario Community Newspapers Association.

Professional development is something that we can all benefit from, and the 2015 national conference will be delivering it in spades. Co-hosted by Newspapers Canada and OCNA, this annual industry event will be held in Toronto on Friday, May 22, and we can help you get there.

We’re inviting members and non-members, industry suppliers and industry experts, and everyone in between to share ideas and success stories with conference delegates in short-and-sweet seven-minute presentations. If your idea or story is chosen, we’ll give you a free all-access pass to the conference.

If you’re passionate about the newspaper business, we want to hear from you. You can speak on a topic of your choice as long as it highlights the central conference theme: sharing ideas that celebrate, motivate and educate the newspaper industry.

Just think, seven minutes on stage gets you access to a full day of ground-breaking presentations, hands-on educational workshops, a trade show featuring a variety of product and solution providers, and opportunities to network with your colleagues from across the country.

Newspapers Canada webinar training continues in 2015

The New Year brings new learning opportunities for journalists and newspaper staff who are looking to enhance their industry skills. In 2015, Newspapers Canada encourages members to register for the convenient and cost-effective training sessions offered through our own in-house webinar program as well as the presentations offered through our partnerships with Inland Press Association and Online Media Campus.

Live webinars airing in January cover a variety of topics including classified ads, digital editions, sports photography, and how to manage different workplace personality styles. There are also over 50 archived webinars available online for newspaper staff to download and view at their own convenience.

Make it your new year’s resolution to continue your industry education and learn a new skill; click the links below to register for our upcoming webinars.

We want your ideas for the 2015 National Conference

Newspapers Canada invites you to share your ideas with the newspaper industry at the 2015 National Conference. The 2015 National Conference promises an exciting experience for newspapers of all shapes and sizes.

We're looking to pack the first half of the conference with practical and innovative ideas for newspaper delegates to take home. If you've got a solution to an age-old problem, a list of best practices for the newsroom or any other department, a success story that you want to share, or any idea that practical, innovative, inspiring, and/or money-making, tell us about it!

Reserve your accommodations now for the 2015 National Conference

Save the date for Canada’s largest annual newspaper industry gathering. Co-hosted by Newspapers Canada and the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA), the 2015 National Conference and Trade Show takes place on Friday, May 22, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.

A pre-conference welcome reception kicks off the event on Thursday night, launching into a jam-packed day of inspiration from dozens of industry leaders and experts. Galas celebrating the OCNA Better Newspaper Awards and the National Newspaper Awards conclude the conference on Friday evening.

Members are encouraged to reserve their on-site accommodations early at the Sheraton Centre and take advantage of our special delegate rate.

Next week’s webinar covers the Art of Long-Term Photo Stories

Newspapers Canada’s Winners' Circle webinar series continues next week with a special photography-focused training session on Thursday, December 11. Award-winning photojournalist Leah Hennel from the Calgary Herald will share her visual storytelling tips and show off examples of her own long-term photo stories. Hennel was the top prizewinner in the Feature Photography category at this year’s National Newspaper Awards. This one-hour webinar presentation is ideal for photographers, reporter/photographers and multimedia journalists.

Next webinar covers news feature photography tips with Moe Doiron

Join us on Thursday, December 4 as award-winning photographer Moe Doiron shares his expert advice on feature photography during the next installment of the Newspapers Canada’s Winners' Circle webinar series.

Dorion is the current deputy managing editor for photography at The Globe and Mail and this year’s recipient of the National Newspaper Award for news feature photography. The Eye of the Storm: News Feature Photography Tips training presentation is recommended for novice and veteran photographers as well as photo editors and multimedia journalists.

The webinar is $25 to attend for staff at CNA and CCNA member newspapers and will also be available as an audio recording for those who cannot attend the live session.

Last chance to buy tickets for CJFE gala in Toronto next week

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) hosts its 17th annual gala at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York hotel next week on Wednesday, December 3, 2014. The special Night to Honour Courageous Reporting event will celebrate the work of individuals — in Canada and abroad — who risk their jobs, freedom or even their lives in their quest to bring us the truth. The CJFE gala brings together Canada’s leading figures in media, business, and academia and features a photo exhibit and award presentations, including the prestigious International Press Freedom Award.

CJF J-Talk: Breaking the Big Stories

Investigative journalists uncover scandal and corruption, exposing secrets individuals and institutions want hidden. Their relentless enterprise and initiative leads to the big stories that provoke change and serve the public interest.

On Thursday, November 27, the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) hosts a special discussion presentation in Toronto with Kevin Donovan, investigative reporter and editor with the Toronto Star, and Diana Swain, senior investigative journalist with CBC News.

The seasoned reporters will share the stories behind their biggest recent exposés. Paula Todd, investigative journalist, author, and broadcast and digital media professor, will moderate this discussion on the secrets of responsible reporting and why investigative journalism matters to the future of news. 

More webinar options for Newspapers Canada members

Members of Newspapers Canada have more options than ever for training and professional development, thanks to two new webinar partnerships with the Inland Press Association and Online Media Campus.

Newspapers Canada members can now access webinars from both organizations on a wide range of topics, some at discounted rates. We also continue to offer our own series of live webinars and recording them for later purchase as archived webinars, and as a member, you can get them at half price. That’s a combined total of 200 webinars, and growing. With so many webinars to choose from, there’s sure to be something for everyone. And at these great rates, whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned veteran, you can sign up for a webinar to further your personal interests or keep your skills current and advance your career.

Upcoming webinar covers news feature photography tips

Award-winning photo editor Moe Doiron from the Globe and Mail will share his tips and tricks in the next installment of Newspapers Canada’s Winner’s Circle webinar series. Join us on Thursday, December 4 for an hour-long training session with the top prizewinner in the News Feature Photography category at this year’s National Newspaper Award.

This session is recommended for novice and veteran photographers as well as photo editors and multimedia journalists. And don’t worry if you can’t attend the webinar live; register for the event online and you’ll receive a digital recording of the presentation to view at your own convenience.

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